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Gyu Tag Lee discusses the durability of K-pop with the Korea Times Faculty News

Gyu Tag Lee discusses the durability of K-pop with the Korea Times

On Dec. 10, The Korea Times invited three experts including Lee Gyu-tag, assistant professor of cultural studies at George Mason University Korea, to discuss the durability of K-pop and Korean cinema. They presented their analysis of the pandemic-driven shift in hallyu and how the year 2021 will evolve for Korean pop culture overseas.

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Industry-academia cooperation burgeons at IFEZ Mason Korea News

Industry-academia cooperation burgeons at IFEZ

George Mason University plans to set up a team focused on cooperation between the university and local businesses by the end of this month. The team will seek to work with local industries as well as researchers of the school's U.S. campus.

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Crystal Anderson on BTS's $1 million donation to Black Lives Matter Faculty News

Crystal Anderson on BTS's $1 million donation to Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter, which has organized protests across the United States following the death of George Floyd in police custody, was of special importance to BTS fans, said Crystal Anderson, a faculty member at George Mason University and author of Soul in Seoul: African American Music and K-pop.

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